1. Spendor A5

    Spendor A5

    Believe us, size doesn’t matter; these are the most accomplished speakers available at this money

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  2. Acoustic Energy AE1 MkIII SE

    Acoustic Energy AE1 MkIII SE

    A number of revisions to the AE1 MkIII have resulted in an even more musically involving speaker, with agility, detail and forceful dynamics

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  3. Monopulse 42A

    Monopulse 42A

    Odd appearance apart, there's an awful lot to like about these Monopulses. Make sure you give them an audition

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  4. DALI Lektor 6

    DALI Lektor 6

    Put to the grindstone, the Lektor 6’s produce a rich and colourful sound with plenty of sonic weight on offer

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  5. KEF iQ10

    KEF iQ10

    From their gently curving cabinets to their intriguing UniQ tweeter/driver arrangement, from the standard of their build and finish to their confident

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  7. JBL ES20

    JBL ES20

    The soundstage the JBLs present is rigid and plausible, and the taut bottom end well controlled. If it’s shoot-me-from-a-cannon levels of exciteme

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  8. Focal Chorus 705V

    Focal Chorus 705V

    In terms of show-room and living-room appeal, the Focals are up there with the best.

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  9. B&W CT800 system

    B&W CT800 system

    Expensive, of course, but you get the best home cinema system we’ve ever tested

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  10. BSA 4CF

    BSA 4CF

    These BSAs are good in parts, but aren’t complete enough to worry the best at this price level

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  11. KEF C5

    KEF C5

    We could talk at length about the C5s’ lack of outright dynamic heft, or their rudimentary grasp of timing. But our advice is simple: don’t spend £400

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